Could you explain a little. I see that you have an exact 5 degrees between your wedges. "Wedges: Mizuno MPT20 48/8, 53/11, 58/12 Nippon Pro Modus 3 Wedge "Guys, it's not about loft, it's about whether a wedge grind/bounce fits you.
That's just an even split - could have gone 48, 54, 60 like some pros. I started at 48 this time because my PW is at 45 and is CB ... I wanted a Gap Wedge that was stronger in loft to go a bit farther so it would be more useful to me.Could you explain a little. I see that you have an exact 5 degrees between your wedges. "Wedges: Mizuno MPT20 48/8, 53/11, 58/12 Nippon Pro Modus 3 Wedge "
Why not 4 and 6 degree or 6 and 4 degree? Loft must mean something. Just asking....
I vote yes. That being said, I think most golfers do not really know when to use a lob wedge. It isn't only about distance.Just curious what y’all think - should high handicappers attempt to own/play a LOB WEDGE around the greens? Or are they better off just simplifying things and going no higher than a 54-56 degree SW?
Good advice and a wedge fitting would certainly eliminate some areas of doubt one might have.It all depends on how you use your wedges too. A lot of high handicappers would benefit from a fitting where they get fit for different grinds in wedges to help in different situations. If short game is a weakness then why wouldn't you want more help there?